3 Wallets on 3 Different Computers Crashed at the Same Time.



  • Okay, I have:
    2x Dell PowerEdge 2950 II
    Specs:
    CPU: 2x Intel Xeon 4 cores @ 2.66GHz
    Ram: 32GB
    OS: Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS 64Bit
    These servers are used to run the pool.

    Dell inspiron 3847
    Specs:
    CPU: Intel i3 4 cores @ 3.4GHz
    Ram: 16GB
    OS: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS 64Bit
    This it my mining, and folding computer.

    When I got on last night the wallet on my personal computer gave me a warning: You are most likely on a fork. You have forged the last 10 Blocks. I am running the newest wallet 1.2.7. Well to day all my wallets crashed on all 3 computers almost at the same time, with no errors. I redownloaded the block chain. And reinstalled wallet version 1.2.7. Hopefully that fixed it.



  • @Tate-A I see same issues on my LAN if running two or more wallets on same time. Recheck config for Wallet BR FLEGI



  • @FLEGI what is Wallet BR? Do you mean broadcasting



  • @Tate-A Peer to Peer communications between Computers BR = Best Regards :-)



  • @FLEGI Here my config:

    ############################################################
    # Do not modify this file.  Instead, create a              #
    # nxt.properties file and make your changes there.         #
    # They will overwrite the defaults!                        #
    ############################################################
    
    #### PEER NETWORKING ####
    
    # Announce my IP address/hostname to peers and allow them to share it with other peers.
    # If disabled, peer networking servlet will not be started at all.
    nxt.shareMyAddress=true
    
    # Port for incoming peer to peer networking requests, if enabled.
    nxt.peerServerPort=8123
    
    # Host interface on which to listen for peer networking requests, default all.
    # Use 0.0.0.0 to listen on all IPv4 interfaces or :: to listen on all IPv4 and IPv6 interfaces
    nxt.peerServerHost=0.0.0.0
    
    # My externally visible IP address or host name, to be announced to peers.
    # It can optionally include a port number, which will also be announced to peers,
    # and may be different from nxt.peerServerPort (useful if you do port forwarding behind a router).
    nxt.myAddress=
    
    # My platform, to be announced to peers.
    nxt.myPlatform=PC
    
    # My hallmark, if available.
    nxt.myHallmark=
    
    # A list of well known peer addresses / host names, separated by '; '.
    # If not set, a random selection of nxtcrypto.org and nxtbase.com nodes is used.
    nxt.wellKnownPeers=192.168.0.13; burst.ninja; 176.9.101.198; 46.237.194.160; 80.150.243.95; 162.245.20.201; 119.81.44.170; 119.81.44.171
    
    # Known bad peers to be blacklisted
    nxt.knownBlacklistedPeers=
    
    # Peers used for testnet only.
    nxt.testnetPeers=
    
    # Maintain active connections with at least that many peers.
    nxt.maxNumberOfConnectedPublicPeers=20
    
    # Peer networking connect timeout for outgoing connections.
    nxt.connectTimeout=4000
    
    # Peer networking read timeout for outgoing connections.
    nxt.readTimeout=8000
    
    # Peer networking server idle timeout, milliseconds.
    nxt.peerServerIdleTimeout=30000
    
    # Use the peer hallmark to only connect with peers above the defined push/pull hallmark thresholds.
    nxt.enableHallmarkProtection=false
    
    # Hallmark threshold to use when sending data to peers.
    nxt.pushThreshold=0
    
    # Hallmark threshold to use when requesting data from peers.
    nxt.pullThreshold=0
    
    # Blacklist peers for 600000 milliseconds (i.e. 10 minutes by default).
    nxt.blacklistingPeriod=600000
    
    # Consider a new transaction or block sent after 10 peers have received it.
    nxt.sendToPeersLimit=10
    
    # Enable the Jetty Denial of Service Filter for the peer networking server.
    nxt.enablePeerServerDoSFilter=true
    
    # Compress Http responses for the peer networking server.
    nxt.enablePeerServerGZIPFilter=true
    
    # Use testnet, leave set to false unless you are really testing.
    # Never unlock your real accounts on testnet! Use separate accounts for testing only.
    # When using testnet, all custom port settings will be ignored,
    # and hardcoded ports of 6874 (peer networking), 6875 (UI) and 6876 (API) will be used.
    nxt.isTestnet=false
    
    # Save known peers in the database
    nxt.savePeers=true
    
    # Set to false to disable use of the peers database. This will not delete saved peers.
    nxt.usePeersDb=true
    
    # Set to false to disable getting more peers from the currently connected peers. Only useful
    # when debugging and want to limit the peers to those in peersDb or wellKnownPeers.
    nxt.getMorePeers=true
    
    # Set to true to run offline - do not connect to peers and do not listen for incoming peer
    # connections. This is equivalent to setting nxt.shareMyAddress=false, nxt.wellKnownPeers=,
    # nxt.testnetPeers= and nxt.usePeersDb=false, and if set to true overrides those properties.
    nxt.isOffline=false
    
    # Enable re-broadcasting of new transactions until they are received back from at least one
    # peer, or found in the blockchain. This feature can optionally be disabled, to avoid the
    # risk of revealing that this node is the submitter of such re-broadcasted new transactions.
    nxt.enableTransactionRebroadcasting=true
    
    #### API SERVER ####
    
    # Accept http/json API requests.
    nxt.enableAPIServer=true
    
    # Hosts from which to allow http/json API requests, if enabled.
    nxt.allowedBotHosts=127.0.0.1; localhost; [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1]; pool.burstcoin.ml:8020;
    
    # Port for http/json API requests.
    nxt.apiServerPort=8125
    
    # Host interface on which to listen for http/json API request, default localhost only.
    # Set to 0.0.0.0 to allow the API server to accept requests from all network interfaces.
    nxt.apiServerHost=127.0.0.1
    
    # Idle timeout for http/json API request connections, milliseconds.
    nxt.apiServerIdleTimeout=30000
    
    # Directory with html and javascript files for the new client UI, and admin tools utilizing
    # the http/json API.
    nxt.apiResourceBase=html/ui
    
    # Java API documentation directory, optional.
    nxt.javadocResourceBase=html/doc
    
    # Enable Cross Origin Filter for the API server.
    nxt.apiServerCORS=false
    
    # Enable SSL for the API server (also need to set nxt.keyStorePath and nxt.keyStorePassword).
    nxt.apiSSL=false
    
    # Enforce requests that require POST to only be accepted when submitted as POST.
    nxt.apiServerEnforcePOST=true
    
    # Compress Http responses for the API server.
    nxt.enableAPIServerGZIPFilter=false
    
    
    #### OLD NRS USER INTERFACE ####
    
    # Enable the deprecated NRS user interface.
    nxt.enableUIServer=false
    
    # Hosts from which to allow NRS user interface requests, if enabled.
    nxt.allowedUserHosts=127.0.0.1; localhost; [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1];
    
    # Port for NRS user interface server.
    nxt.uiServerPort=7875
    
    # Host interface for NRS user interface server, default localhost only.
    # Set to 0.0.0.0 to allow the UI to be accessed on all network interfaces.
    nxt.uiServerHost=127.0.0.1
    
    # Idle timeout for NRS user interface server, milliseconds.
    nxt.uiServerIdleTimeout=30000
    
    # Directory with html and javascript files for the NRS client user interface.
    nxt.uiResourceBase=html/nrs
    
    # Enable Cross Origin Filter for NRS user interface server.
    nxt.uiServerCORS=false
    
    # Enable SSL for the NRS user interface (also need to set nxt.keyStorePath and nxt.keyStorePassword).
    nxt.uiSSL=false
    
    # Enforce requests that require POST to only be accepted when submitted as POST.
    nxt.uiServerEnforcePOST=true
    
    
    
    #### DEBUGGING ####
    
    # Log file, will be overwritten at every restart.
    #nxt.log=nxt.log
    # The log file is now specified in logging.properties.
    
    # Enable debug log output.
    #nxt.debug=false
    # Debug logging is now specified in logging properties.
    
    # Include caller traceback in log messages.
    nxt.enableLogTraceback=false
    
    # Enable logging of exception stack traces.
    nxt.enableStackTraces=true
    
    # Enable logging of Jetty messages.
    #nxt.debugJetty=false
    # Jetty logging is now specified in logging properties.
    
    # Used for debugging peer to peer communications.
    nxt.communicationLoggingMask=0
    
    # Track balances of the following accounts and related events for debugging purposes.
    nxt.debugTraceAccounts=
    
    # File name for logging tracked account balances.
    nxt.debugTraceLog=nxt-trace.csv
    
    # Separator character for trace log.
    nxt.debugTraceSeparator=\t
    
    # Quote character for trace log.
    nxt.debugTraceQuote="
    
    # Log changes to unconfirmed balances.
    nxt.debugLogUnconfirmed=false
    
    
    #### DATABASE ####
    
    # Database connection JDBC url, see the H2 documentation for possible customizations.
    # Append ;AUTO_SERVER=TRUE to enable automatic mixed mode access.
    # The nxt_db folder is expected to be in the current working directory, will be created if missing.
    nxt.dbUrl=jdbc:h2:./burst_db/burst;DB_CLOSE_ON_EXIT=FALSE
    
    # Database connection JDBC url to use with the test network, if isTestnet=true
    nxt.testDbUrl=jdbc:h2:./burst_test_db/burst;DB_CLOSE_ON_EXIT=FALSE
    
    # Database connection timeout in seconds.
    nxt.dbLoginTimeout=70
    
    # Database default lock timeout in seconds.
    nxt.dbDefaultLockTimeout=60
    
    # Maximum simultaneous database connections.
    nxt.maxDbConnections=30
    
    # The memory allocated to database cache, in kB.
    # If set to 0, defaults to 50 % of the memory available to the JVM.
    nxt.dbCacheKB=0
    
    
    
    #### JETTY ####
    
    # Settings for the Jetty Denial Of Service Filter, used for the peer networking server only.
    nxt.peerServerDoSFilter.maxRequestsPerSec=30
    nxt.peerServerDoSFilter.delayMs=1000
    nxt.peerServerDoSFilter.maxRequestMs=300000
    
    # keystore file and password, required if uiSSL or apiSSL are enabled.
    nxt.keyStorePath=keystore
    nxt.keyStorePassword=password
    
    
    
    #### Developers only ####
    
    # Force re-validation of blocks and transaction at start.
    nxt.forceValidate=false
    
    # Force re-build of derived objects tables at start.
    nxt.forceScan=false
    
    # Print a list of peers having this version on exit.
    nxt.dumpPeersVersion=
    
    # Enable trimming of derived objects tables.
    nxt.trimDerivedTables=true
    
    # If trimming enabled, maintain enough previous height records to allow rollback of at least
    # that many blocks. Must be at least 1440 to allow normal fork resolution. After increasing
    # this value, a full re-scan needs to be done in order for previously trimmed records to be
    # re-created and preserved.
    nxt.maxRollback=1440
    
    # Enable API requests used for blockchain and database manipulation.
    nxt.enableDebugAPI=false
    
    # Debug option for Testnet: Winning with every Deadline
    burst.mockMining = false
    
    # GPU Blocksync Acceleration / experimental !
    burst.oclAuto=false
    burst.oclVerify=false
    
    # If 'burst.oclAuto=false' gpu must be specified
    burst.oclPlatform=0
    burst.oclDevice=0
    burst.oclMemPercent=50
    burst.oclHashesPerEnqueue=1000
    


  • @Tate-A All 3 computers have the same config file



  • @Tate-A There was a huge error throughout the wallets the day or so :)



  • Delete internal network IP addresses nxt.wellKnownPeers=192.168.0.13 , and for better network performance I recommend
    nxt.getMorePeers=false



  • @FLEGI Enable QoS on Your router and more Blocks for Your POOL may come.

    pool 8124 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    pool socket 4443 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    wallet 8125 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    wallet 8123 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    wallet 8121 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    DNS, Time, NT... 53,37,123,3... tcp/udp 0~10 Low
    FaceTime(TCP) 443,5223 tcp 128~256 Low
    FaceTime(UDP) 3478:3497,1... udp 128~256 Low
    HTTP, SSL, Fi... 80,443,8080 tcp/udp ~512 Lowest
    SMTP, POP3, I... 25,465,563,... tcp/udp 1024~2048 Lowest
    WWW, SSL, HTT... 80,443,8080 tcp 0~512 Lowest
    wallet2 8126 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    pool2 8080 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest
    pool2 4444 tcp/udp 4000~ Highest



  • @Tate-A You need to add all the bad ip's from anyone running 1.2.5. under

    #Known bad peers to be blacklisted

    5.9.38.137; 173.208.136.90; [2002:a772:9330:0:0:0:a772:9330]; 173.208.190.202; 192.95.29.212; 220.245.28.142; 82.69.50.50; [2002:c05f:1dd4:0:0:0:c05f:1dd4]; 176.9.101.198; 142.54.176.2; 128.199.135.188; 178.33.177.212; 92.27.7.209; [2a02:c7d:cc7d:a700:28f3:cfc3:cdfb:f7fe]; 212.65.15.181; 192.198.95.50; 194.44.30.113; [2a02:c7d:cc7d:a700:9cc1:b80c:8bc3:2a29]; 77.99.233.40;[2a01:4f8:161:228f:0:0:0:2]; 218.219.86.185; [2400:6180:0:d0:0:0:b8:e001]; 50.172.21.160; 85.25.200.125; 216.46.193.254; 23.92.53.153; [2002:615d:c2d7:0:450c:3adf:41e7:6c90]; [2605:a000:f803:7200:ed96:376c:f72f:2598]; 86.58.34.51; 79.133.238.86; [2002:4f85:ee56:0:0:0:4f85:ee56]; [2002:615d:c2d7:0:b56b:9d0d:cbe3:a439]; 203.128.6.219; [2002:615d:c2d7:0:dcce:f373:d468:894]; 107.181.133.122; 198.23.133.18; 212.24.110.109; [2a02:c7d:cc41:1f00:9cc1:b80c:8bc3:2a29]; 178.16.84.78; 213.32.102.140; [2a02:c7d:cc92:8600:684b:9254:fa5a:cd77]; [2a02:c7d:cc92:8600:9cc1:b80c:8bc3:2a29]; [2a02:c7d:cc92:8600:cde7:485f:cb3f:acc]; [2a02:c7d:cc92:8600:b457:cae8:70e:358a]; [2a02:c7d:cc92:8600:5cf3:1cd6:9493:6ba5]; 87.246.37.190; 5.9.99.103; [2002:509:6367:0:0:0:509:6367]; [2002:c2fc:b756:0:0:0:c2fc:b756]; 194.252.183.86; 199.116.131.9; [2a01:4a0:25:0:0:0:27b3:596f]; 64.71.72.56; 99.192.95.6; 87.246.37.174; 104.166.235.91; [2001:470:1f0b:ff3:0:0:0:947]; 5.9.70.198; 213.160.187.186; 107.173.57.109; 109.197.120.93;



  • @FLEGI

    I not sure if that IP: 192.168.0.13 would make it crash, because my network is set to use IP rang of: 10.0.0.xxx, 10.0.1.xxx, 10.0.2.xxx, 10.0.3.xxx, 10.0.4.xxx, and 10.0.5.xxx. But I removed that IP: 192.168.0.13 anyway. And yes I have been use QoS. Hope it now works. Thanks for all your help!! :-)



  • @Tate-A Yes of course, it was for example 192.168.0.13



  • @crutsy @Tate-A @HAITCH @Global-Moderators 213.160.187.186 pool.burstcoin.sk wallet ? NRS127 why ? little bit crazy situation Crowetic, pls re check again Your nice Black List



  • @FLEGI You don't have to ping Global-Moderators. Haitch and Crowetic is not even a part of them.



  • @FrilledShark Aha ok administrators, I am right ?, nice to know, Thank You ! Cheers Flegi :-)


  • admin

    @crutsy As @FLEGI said, any reason pool.burstcoin.sk ( 213.160.187.186) is included in the list ? It's a 1.2.7 wallet.



  • @FLEGI @haitch This was an ongoing list. I would update it daily. The jump from 1.2.4 to 1.2.6 happend very quick and people were not updating.

    This is just my personal list. I have been meaning to update it but have not had much time. So anyone feel free to do so.

    I have been assured by @Focus that the next wallet release will black list 1.2.5 and lower. So I haven't been in much of a rush to confuse everyone if 1.2.8 fixes the problem.

    Long story short you don't want any walled connecting to a 1.2.5 wallet!


  • admin

    @crutsy Some more for the list:

    dvcstable01.dvcnode.org
    crossciv.no-ip.org
    213.32.102.140
    212.65.15.181
    199.116.131.9
    212.65.15.181
    192.198.95.50
    79.133.238.86



  • @haitch I'll update ASAP



  • @haitch awesome thanks!

    These two are on the list they just have to be expressed in IP, format learned that the hard way.

    dvcstable01.dvcnode.org
    crossciv.no-ip.org